Welcome to the Archives of the Paul Rudolph Heritage Foundation. The purpose of this online database is to function as a tool for scholars, students, architects, preservationists, journalists and other interested parties. The archive consists of photographs, slides, articles and publications from Rudolph’s lifetime; physical drawings and models; personal photos and memorabilia; and contemporary photographs and articles.
Image rights are the responsibility of the user. Unless otherwise noted, images should be credited to the Paul Rudolph Heritage Foundation. Please speak with a representative of the Paul Rudolph Heritage Foundation before publishing photographs. Drawings and sketches by Paul Rudolph as well as models and other material from his office are in the public domain, however the digital scan or photograph of the item still belongs to its creator.
Address: 1915 Coulter Street
Zip Code: 79106
Nation: United States
Google Maps Address: 35.19301, -101.91996
Site Area: 78,408 s.f.
Floor Area: 12,714 s.f.
Floors (Above Ground): 1
Building Cost: $750,000 (1985)
Architect: Paul Rudolph
Associate Architect: Wilson/Doche Architects, Inc.
Coffee Memorial Blood Bank
In December 1983, the Amarillo Area Foundation donated the building site, located at the gateway to the Harrington Regional Medical Center. Ground was broken on May 17, 1984.
The first blood donation given by Jim Doche, the principal architect of the project, on February 4, 1985. The ceremonial ribbon was cut on February 20, 1985, by Mrs. Joe Coffee, wife of Joe F. Coffee. When completed, the cost of the fully equipped and furnished building was $750,000.
In 1992-1994, an expansion and renovation project was constructed, doubling the size of the facility and providing upgraded laboratories.
In January 2007, the Coffee Memorial Blood Center moved out of the building and into a new facility.
DRAWINGS - Design Drawings / Renderings
DRAWINGS - Construction Drawings
DRAWINGS - Shop Drawings
PHOTOS - Project Model
PHOTOS - During Construction
PHOTOS - Completed Project
PHOTOS - Current Conditions
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